Filed in Articles Photo Essays on September 23rd
“Cutlass Fury” was the 2016 joint training operation conducted off the coasts of Halifax, Nova Scotia and St. John’s, Newfoundland during the month of September. The training exercise brought together 5 nations (Canada, USA, UK, Spain and France) featuring 11 ships, 3 submarines and about 25 aircraft. The Canadian contingent saw involvement from HMCS Fredericton, […]
During the prologue of the 2016 Newfoundland Targa (an annual closed course auto race held annually) two of my good friends, Corey Prosser and Mike Mercer were entered for the second year running. I managed to get out while they were racing the Flatrock and Bauline stages, just the start of the week, and capture […]
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Any summer that the Snowbirds appear for a demonstration in Newfoundland is a good summer. As a bit of plane nerd it’s awesome just to watch but even more fun to photograph. This year the Snowbirds appeared on the Avalon Peninsula, in Conception Bay South to be precise. Being in such a place meant there […]
One hundred and nineteen dollars. That’s it. That’s all you need to open a door to a world of photography previously known only to the most extreme DIYers and commercial photographers for whom purchasing decisions are usually made for them by client requests.
A Timelapse of St. John’s Spanning the Course of Five Years
A collection of timelapse video clips cycling the day in St. John's
Filed in Collections Pictures Street on September 18th
These two guys — whose names I’m ashamed to admit I never got — were posting flyers for an upcoming Foo Fighters Tribute show at The Rock House on George Street.
Filed in Flight Deck Pictures Projects on August 24th
Right place, right time… or as Louis Pasteur so perfectly put it “chance favors the prepared mind” and so it does. This Canadian Military Aurora was making a random buzz of Signal Hill after departing St. John’s and I just happened to be there with a long enough lens attached to snap off a few […]